Max Shulman "Love is a fallacy"
The literary work “Love is a Fallacy” is written after Max Shulman. He was a 20th century American writer and humorist best known for his television and short story character Dobie Gillis, as well as for best-selling novels.
The theme of the story covers two human relationships. The story tells us one specific way how people try to “habituate” the other and shape the person’s character the way they need to see the other one they live with. The entire story demonstrates the way people get to know each other.
Moving forward, the story begins with a clear introduction where the reader gets all the information about the main characters: the lawyer and Polly Espy. Everything is clearly exposited. The lawyer gives Polly a course in logic. From my point of view, the story ends with the climax when Polly twists the lawyer around her finger and simply turns him down. …
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